Josh Donaldson preserves perfect game with amazing catch

"No regard for human life" is a phrase thrown around in sports that usually doesn't live up to its billing. Josh Donaldson's catch in the eighth inning of Wednesday afternoon's game was about as close as it comes in baseball, though, and the man on the mound was quite appreciative considering the game he was throwing.The Blue Jays third baseman dove — not leaned, not reached — into the stands to catch a David DeJesus foul ball and prese

rve Marco Estrada's perfect game against the Rays at Tropicana Field. Fans in the first few rows were all looking up at the ball and didn't see Donaldson, who crashed into a fan's chest as he made the play, coming. But no one appeared to be injured. MORE: Most beloved players for each team | American League buyers and sellersholy crap Josh Donaldson ...— Ryan Fagan (@ryanfagan) June 24, 2015Logan Forsythe beat out a chopper to third to end Estrada's bid for perfection in the next at-bat, so Donaldson's catch won't go down as one that cemented a perfect game. Still, his decision to go full extension into the seats couldn't have been made with much regard for his own well-being. Any pitcher, and especially one with a perfect game going, can appreciate that.Oh, the Jays won 1-0 in 12 innings.


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